Pros: Unique design with 27 holes, nice conditions and challenging layout.
Cons: Gets a lot of outing wear and tear.
Set is Sussex Wisconsin, in the Kettle Moraine hills and valleys , Ironwood Golf Course offers a challenging design with 27 holes to keep your interest. Each of the 3 nine hole courses offers something different and unique from the other. The Callow is highlighted with elevation change and the final three holes lined with wooded areas that make this nine very challenging. The Meath gives some interesting options for playing the holes. It has a very short par four that has a green nearly surrounded by water that is an interesting risk reward hole and it has a par five that has many different ways you can play it off the tee. It is also probably the most open and easy of the three. The Birr is my favorite of the three courses, with water on many of the holes and some of the most unique holes on the course. The final two holes are probably my favorite. There is a very unique looking par three and a final par four dogleg left that you can try and cut the corner over the old foundation of the farm barn and silo.
One of the only downsides of the course is the amount of play it gets and the greens will have a few too many ball marks in them. The fairways and tee boxes are kept in great care. There are a couple blind tee shots that are up hill that some may find annoying the first time you play the course as well. Overall it is a very fun place to play and something very different from your standard country course.